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Old Posted Mar 17, 2014, 4:27 AM
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LOS ANGELES | 1133 Hope Street | 330 FT | 28 FLOORS

Location: 1133 Hope Street
Function: Mixed-use | 208 units | 5,000 SF retail
Architect: Chris Dikeakos Architects
Developer: Amacon Group
Timeline: N/A

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1133 Hope Street

Rising 28 stories, Amacon's tower at 1133 Hope Street would contain a total of 208 residential units above roughly 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail and restaurant space. Residential units would consist of a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom penthouse units. On-site amenities include a fitness room, library, meeting room, communal kitchen, media room, swimming pool and spa. With an architectural apex 330 feet above ground, the tower's height is significantly bolstered by the inclusion of a five-story podium (in addition to two subterranean parking levels). However, renderings do indicate that the parking garage would be obscured by a green wall. It's not a perfect solution by any means, but certainly better than five floors of exposed parking (talking about you, Watermarke). Amacon's project would also provide the additional benefit of fixing the hazardous sidewalks on the western side of Hope Street. As great as they are for shade, these ficus trees can't be yanked out fast enough. 1133 Hope Street may be in store for a mid-rise neighbor just across the street, where developer BIMHF, LLC wants to convert a currently vacant building into a 10-story boutique hotel.

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